Monthly Archives: December 2016


Mr H, guest, Home Counties

Through my own experience as a guest "R@H" was and still an one of the best foster and supporter for the vulnerable refugees who were or became homless at their life's start here in the UK.They are alleviating a big part of the suffering that the homeless refugees are exposed to. I would like to say [...]

December 3rd, 2016|

Mr A, guest, High Wycombe

Refugees at home made a difference in my new life in the U.K. They provided me with a roof, a kind and welcoming family and through them I was able to get into education and start my Masters.

December 3rd, 2016|

Ms M, host, Kingston, Surrey

The whole process of hosting was professionally managed by Refugees at Home - communication is clear and the home visit very encouraging. Guests and hosts are really well supported within a caring community.

December 3rd, 2016|

Connie Nash. Host, Dorking

Through Refugees at Home my family has happily hosted over a dozen guests, refugees or asylum seekers, all made destitute by unlucky circumstances; we found the experience beyond rewarding: it changed our lives for the better, and it is true we could do a lot more if transport costs we less high: they eat up most [...]

December 3rd, 2016|

Ms P, host, London

I have had 3 guests through Refugees at Home, it is great to be able to do more than just donating and going on demonstrations.

December 3rd, 2016|

BBC SE Today

A mostly sympathetic article on BBC SE Today on 2/12/2016, somewhat marred by the MP telling us that refugees are definitively not welcome.  

December 3rd, 2016|

Hosts – Dec 2016

Dear Hosts, Our first Christmas, and our opportunity to say thank you for everything you have done for our guests throughout 2016. Actually, what you have done to help the over 160 asylum-seekers and refugees we have hosted, may be one of the best things that has happened this year. With the festive season fast approaching, [...]

December 1st, 2016|